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Interfaith Dialogue
for peace and harmony.

Interfaith dialogue can unlock the power of religious traditions and provide the inspiration, guidance, and validation necessary for populations to move toward non-violent means of conflict resolution. Such dialogues have become an increasingly important tool for those who seek to end violent conflict worldwide.

Human Rights, Religious Tolerance,
and Equal Rights for Minorites:

Human rights are rights inherent to all human beings, regardless of race, sex, nationality, ethnicity, language, religion, or any other status. Human rights include the right to life and liberty, freedom from slavery and torture, freedom of opinion and expression, the right to work and education, and many more. Religious tolerance is necessary for individuals within the society to get along, especially when a variety of cultures and people with different religious beliefs live in one community or nation. When religious tolerance is practiced, unity and consistency exist in society. Minority communities’ lives are increasingly marred by negative social identity, insecurity, and a lack of human rights protection. As a recent report highlights, religious minority groups feel the effects of this legal and political marginalization and disenfranchisement in their daily lives.

Formal Education and
skill development for Women.

Education is an opportunity through which society and its people are empowered. It is a tool for economic advancements. Education aids in the social, emotional, and psychological growth of individuals and hence, the community as a whole and it is the right of every citizen of Pakistan. Deploying women in skill development training and building their competency could enhance the productivity level significantly in workplaces. This could also improve upon the mismatch between skills supply and required skills in the demand-driven marketplace.

United Sunday School Ministry.

To provide a safe, secure, loving environment for children to participate in and where parents feel comfortable leaving their children. To help children feel a warm sense of belonging to their church family and to insure. Provide religious education in the Christian faith to be more strong in their faith in the family environment.